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Sudden nosebleeds can be caused by dry air, an underlying health condition, such as allergies, liver disease, kidney disease or a heart condition, such as hypertension or congestive heart failure. Additionally, a sudden ... More »

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Causes of sudden nosebleeds in adults include trauma to the nose, picking at the nose or irritation from a cold, according to WebMD. It is also possible to get a sudden nose bleed due to the development of a disease. More »

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Common causes of sudden nosebleeds in the elderly include damage to an artery in the back of the nose, a blow to the face or irritation from a cold, according to WebMD. Sometimes clotting problems caused by blood-thinnin... More »

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Causes of sudden nosebleeds in adults include trauma to the nose, picking at the nose or irritation from a cold, according to WebMD. It is also possible to get a sudden nose bleed due to the development of a disease. More »

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